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Summary Route: Sarria - Santiago

Duration trip to Santiago de Compostela: 7 days/6 nights.

Total Distance to walk: 111 Kilometres/70 miles

Lodgings: Hotels/Galician rural manors/Guesthouses

Meal option to choose en route:

 - Special Breakfast.

 - Half board basis (Breakfast and dinner, except Santiago de Compostela only breakfast)

Dates: Free choice. You choose the day. 

 * When to do the Booking: at least 1 week before the dates you choose.

Prices available from March to October (Both inclusive)

 

 - WE ADAPT THE STAGES ACCORDING YOUR PHISICAL CONDITION IF YOU REQUIRE -

* We customise your trip specially for you, your family or your group or friends. Only one person is require to walk the Camino.

 

- SPECIAL DISCOUNTS -

10% for children under 12 years in shared room.

5% for groups of 4 persons or more.

 Useful information before to start the Camino

Booking Policy

FAQ

445€/person (Double room with Breakfast)

545€/person (Double room with breakfast and dinner en route. Santiago de Compostela only Breakfast)

 

This is the most popular walking tour of the Camino de Santiago. This trip begins in Sarria (Lugo), the biggest town of all the Camino de Santiago in Gallicia.

You walk the last representative hundred kilometers to Santiago in order to obtain the Compostela certificate.

 

French Way Itinerary: Sarria - Santiago

Day
1
ARRIVAL IN SARRIA 

You spend the night in Sarria and the next day you start the first stage of your pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.

 

Day
2
STAGE SARRIA-PORTOMARÍN (22,75 Kms/14 miles)

Difficulty: Easy   Approx. Duration: 5h 30'

Beginning of the journey.

Emblematic stage for its beauty and for passing by the 100 Km marker of this ancient route (the minimum distance to be traveled on foot to receive the Compostela). The most interesting towns in this stage are: Sarria, Barbadelo, Ferreiros and Portomarin. Travelling through a continuous masses of chestnut and oak, meadows, and farmland.

This stage is not very difficult. The ground is soft and wavy.

To reach the town of Portomarín  it is necessary to cross the bridge over the Belesar reservoir, in the Miño river.

During this stage we can admire the Romanesque churches of Barbadelos and Ferreiros, Belesar Reservoir and the church-Fortress of St.Nicholas in Portomarin.

Arrival to Portomarín. End of the stage.

 

Day
3
STAGE PORTOMARÍN-PALAS DE REI (25 Kms/15 miles)

Difficulty: Easy   Approx. Duration: 6h 15'

Beginning of the journey.

You leave Portomarin through the Belesar reservoir. You reach  the towns of Ligonde and Vilachá.

In this stage you can find many signs which indicate you are on pilgrimage area, including the famous "Cruceiros (Stone crosses)". Special mention to the the Cruceiro of Lameiros and the Monastery of San Savador de Villar de Donas.

Arrival to Palas de Rei. End of the stage.

 

Day
4
STAGE PALAS DE REI-ARZUA (29,7 Kms Kms/18 miles)

Difficulty: Medium   Approx. Duration: 7h 30'

Beginning of the journey.

Today's stage you will cross the border that divides the provinces of Lugo and La Coruña through masses of eucaliptus and pine. You will pass throuhg numerous Medieval bridges (Leboreiro, Furelos and Ribadiso do baixo). Another place to stop is the village of Melide, really well-known for the the octopus.

Melide, Arzúa and Castañeda are the main villages, in this stage, with an special pilgrimage tradition.

In Arzúa we can see the beautiful Chapel of La Magdalena and enjoy the delicious cheese, given denomination of origin.

Arrival to Arzúa. End of the stage. 

 

- ADVICE -

For those with a normal physical preparation or who prefer to walk the stage with more calm and relax, we recommend to split the stage in two days:

- Stage: Palas de Rei - Melide (15.2 km - 9 Miles)

Stage: Melide - Arzúa (14.5 km - 9 Miles)

Day
5
STAGE ARZÚA-PEDROUZO (19,2 Kms/11 Miles)

Difficulty: Easy   Approx. Duration: 4h 40'

Begininng of the journey.

The way goes again through meadows, oak and eucalyptus tres. This stage  is very easy to walk.

In Boente, you can see the beautiful statue of Santiago the pilgrim (Santiago’s church)

Arrival to Pedrouzo. End of the stage.

 

Day
6
STAGE PEDROUZO-SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA (19,9 Kms/12 Miles)

Difficulty: Easy   Approx. Duration: 5h

Beginning of the journey.

The last step of your Camino de Santiago, your goal has double feeling: "I  did it, I am in Santiago!", but "This in the end of your way of Saint James"

The way passes next to the airport and starts the gentle descent towards A Lavacolla. A Lavacolla is located very close from the Monte do Gozo (Mount of Joy), a hill from where the pilgrims catch their first glimpse of Santiago's cathedral.

Arrival to Santiago. End of the Camino.

Congratulation pilgrim. Now, probably start “Your real way”

The Cathedral of Santiago and the entire old town is spectacular and you are moved to the Middle Ages just by walking through the streets.

 

Day
7
BREAKFAST-END OF OUR SERVICES 

Accommodations Way of Saint James

The lodgings we offer to our customers are high quality and all rooms have private bathroom and the necessary services that will be useful after your daily steps. All the lodgings have been monitored by our team based on their comfort, facilities and excellent service from the owners.

The lodgings are located directly at the Way of Saint James or very near to it.

Our main goal is your peace of mind, rest, enjoy the Camino de Santiago, and make you feel more than at home.

Below are a selection of some of the accommodations in which you can stay, subject to availability.

Included Services

  • Accommodation in hotels, Typical Galician rural manors and Guestshouses (Double room with private bathroom)
  • Meal option to choose en route: 

    - Special Breakfast.

     - Half board basis (Breakfast and dinner, except Santiago de Compostela only breakfast)

  • Travel assistance insurance.
  • Van support, in case of emergency.
  • Telephone assistance during your trip.
  • Luggage transfer between stages
  • The Credential or Pilgrim’s Passport.
  • Brochure of the road.
  • Gift: Scallop of the pilgrim.
  • VAT.

Optional Services

THE COST OF THESE OPTIONAL SERVICES WILL BE ADDED TO THE ORIGINAL PRICE.

Did you know that the Camino does not end at the Cathedral of Santiago ??

Until the end of the world!!

Once in Santiago, which is the end of the French Way, if you have more days you can do the extension to Finisterre-Muxia, what one day was for our ancestors "The end of the known world" or you can book and extra night in Santiago and do a day trip to Finisterre or Rias baixas.

 

To know more in detail What to visit on the French Way from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela you can read additional information in our blog.

 

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